"L.A. Noire" publisher Take-Two Interactive has a new mystery to solve: why sales were down for its games during the last three months.
It took nearly five years for James Cameron to bring "Avatar" to the big screen -- but the Na'Vi have nothing on "Duke Nukem Forever."
Jerry Bruckheimer is plotting a civil war at Disney, tapping J. Michael Straczynski to adapt 2K Games' "Shattered Union."
"28 Weeks Later" helmer Juan Carlos Fresnadillo is in talks to direct "Bioshock," the Universal Pictures adaptation of the Take-Two Interactive videogame.
When it comes to boffo openings, forget "Pirates of the Caribbean" -- think "Grand Theft Auto IV."
Take Two Interactive is spending up to $2.75 million to make the headaches from an unlockable sex scene in "Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas" go away.
The makers of "Grand Theft Auto" have avoided trouble with the government this time, but the Federal Trade Commission will be watching. Following an investigation requested by Sen. Hillary Clinton…
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